Protection and preference, 1923-06 - 1924-01
Scope and Contents
Memoranda by LSA on taxation and Imperial Preference, particularly: the British Dyestuffs Agreement; proposed financial assistance to develop Imperial resources, the position regarding protection and preference and the relation of overseas trade to employment; comments on a Board of Trade memorandum on Imperial preference; the McKenna duties [tax on luxury imports]; the relation of overseas trade to employment.
Also includes: memorandum by Sir Philip Lloyd-Greame [President of the Board of Trade, later Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister and 1st Lord Swinton] on the British Dyestuffs Agreement, with covering letters by Lloyd-Greame (2) and Arnold Overton [Private Secretary to Lloyd-Greame]; draft election address drafted by LSA for Stanley Baldwin's 1923 Prime Ministerial election address on taxation, industry and employment; Admiralty memorandum on Empire naval policy and co-operation, particularly relating to the Irish Free State [later Ireland]; suggestions and recommendations of the Tariff Advisory Committee.
- 1923-06 - 1924-01
Conditions Governing Access
The papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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